Palm jaggery, resembling chocolate in taste, retains all minerals despite production processes, unlike refined sugar.
Sugarcane jaggery in Indian cuisine is crafted by juicing sugarcane, concentrating the juice through boiling, and cooling to form solid jaggery blocks
Coconut jaggery is prepared from unfermented coconut sap that has been drained, heated, crystallized, and placed into various moulds.
Marayoor, a town in Kerala's Idukki district, is famous for cultivating sugarcane, which leads to the world-renowned Marayoor Jaggery.
Palmyra jaggery may resemble a coconut from its physical attributes. It is made from the sap of the palmyra palm.
The jaggery made from boiling the sap of toddy palm is known as Toddy Palm jaggery. It is a specialty of Myanmar.